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Gabriel Jesus adds to Manchester City’s injury woes
Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus is set to be sidelined until at least the middle of next month after he was withdrawn from Brazil’s squad to face Bolivia and Peru in their opening 2022 World Cup qualifiers. The nature of Jesus’ injury has not been disclosed, although the Br...
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EPL: Aouar agrees personal terms with Arsenal ahead of Liverpool clash
Lyon midfielder, Houssem Aouar, has agreed to personal terms with Arsenal. The Gunners will now hold discussions with Lyon over a fee for Aouar, according to Téléfoot Chaine. This is coming a few days ahead of Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Liverpool on Monday. Aouar had eme...
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Ndidi could be out for three months — Rodgers
The 23-year-old Nigeria international sustained the injury in Sunday’s 4-2 Premier League win over Burnley and missed their 2-0 home defeat by Arsenal in the League Cup on Wednesday.
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Nine players to watch out for in the English Premier League
By Temisan Amoye, At the start of every season, you are pretty sure the usual suspects will turn up and deliver the goods. Salah, Kane, Vardy, Aubameyang, Mane, Aguero for the goals, De Bruyne, Trent, Robertson with the assists and Kepa being Kepa. So they expectedly don’t make m...
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West Brom vs Chelsea: Lampard gives injury updates on Ziyech, Pulisic
Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has provided the latest injury updates on Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with West Brom on Saturday evening. Ziyech and Pulisic missed Chelsea’s 6-0 victory against Barnsley in the Carabao Cup third-roun...
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Arsenal can face Liverpool with confidence, says Arteta
Mikel Arteta believes Liverpool are getting “better and better” but says Arsenal must go to Anfield believing they can win after two straight victories against Jurgen Klopp’s men. Arsenal have a maximum six points from their first two league matches of the season but face the ult...
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